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August, 2016

  • 3 August

    Zika Virus Update in Florida

    The Florida Department of Health is continually and carefully investigating areas in South Florida, where many people have been infected with the Zika Virus. New reports confirm that the Zika virus is spreading despite aerial spraying of insecticides to kill off the mosquitoes spreading the virus. The number of locally …

December, 2015

  • 14 December

    ABOUT DIABETES: THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW

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    ABOUT DIABETES: THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW  There is so much about diabetes than what meets the eyes. As with many diseases, it’s pretty complicated and the best way to become a pro at your diabetes or to understand what your friend or family member is going through is through experience and …

  • 9 December

    THE BEST & WORST GLUTEN FREE FLOUR OPTIONS

    Gluten Free Flour Being gluten free is not just a new diet fad contrary to popular belief. People who are adamant about buying gluten free food are usually the people who have Celiac disease. Gluten free foods have been showing up on the mainstream market now more and more and …

June, 2014

  • 21 June

    Tips on how to stay relaxed as possible during a stressful house move

    If your planning on moving house soon, or you’ve moved house recently or previously, I’m sure you know how stressful it can be. Stress is not good for your body and there are many side effects to stress that are harmful in the short-term and long-term. To limit the amount …

December, 2013

  • 22 December

    4 Tips to Handling Stress Following a Car Accident

    Did you know that stress could cause negative effects to your body, brain and behavior? Headaches, sleeplessness, upset stomach, irritability, and alcohol abuse are some common signs of being stressed out. We all deal with the stresses of every day life, but adding an unforeseen car accident into the mix …

  • 9 December

    Mental Illness, Substance Abuse: Higher During Holidays

    Although for many the holiday season is a time of happiness and family gatherings, those who struggle with mental illness and addictions may find this time of year more stressful. In addition to daily challenges, the holidays may cause more anxiety and stress over gift buying, having relatives staying at …

November, 2013

  • 28 November

    Holiday Depression: Beating Back The Blues

    San Francisco based psychotherapist, Michael Halyard offers some professional, practical advice for beating the holiday blues. Halyard notes that people often become overwhelmed by high expectations of holiday celebrations with family and friends that in reality don’t turn out as planned. But, with a little planning ahead and realistic expectations, …

September, 2013

  • 18 September

    The Stresses That Go With a DWI: How to Obtain Help

    Every day, millions of Americans get in their cars, drive to work, school, daycare, out to dinner, to doctor’s appointments and just about everywhere else we need to go in the course of a day. Sometimes, people make the decision to drive home from a restaurant after dinner and a …

  • 5 September

    Relationship Breakdown: When To Look for Outside Help

    Even the best relationships can hit rough patches, and it is important to understand when you should seek the assistance of a counselor to help get everything back on track. For example, if the two of you have been fighting non-stop for the past couple of weeks, you have probably …

July, 2013

  • 25 July

    What Vitamins Can Help With Female Hair Loss? Let’s Take a Look

    No woman ever expects to have to deal with hair loss. After all, isn’t hair loss only something that affects aging men? The fact of the matter is that women of all ages can experience hair loss, for a variety of different reasons. Below is more information on the human …